Two wins and two seconds saw Kinsley land the Sunderland leg of the BAGS/SIS Track Championship.
The Tykes took ten points off runaway leaders Newcastle to keep the Northern section alive.
The stars of the show were the Fred Rawlinson duo Trapper Jodie and Battyford Tracey who each picked up maximums, the latter completing a four-timer in doing so.
It was also a successful afternoon for June McCombe whose girls Mollys Diamond and Tyrur Linda were both 10-pointers.
Final scores: 41 Kinsley, 38-Sunderland, 32-Belle Vue, 31-Newcastle, 26-Doncaster.
The other three regions are all closely matched, none more so than the Midlands/South group where Monmore lead Hall Green by two points, out both have already had their ‘double scoring’ home legs.
101-Monmore, 99-Hall Green, 62-Perry Barr, 37-Poole, Swindon
Towcester are favourites to win the East/Midlands region despite trailing Sheffield and Yarmouth. The Yorkshire and Norfolk tracks have already staged their home legs, Towcester’s isn’t due until December 4, with Nottingham (9-4) another serious contender.
77-Sheffield, Yarmouth, 71-Towcester, 69-Nottingham, 40-Peterborough
The big surprises in the Southern division are Sittingborne. Early leaders Romford and Hove have already staged their home legs, Sittingbourne’s is on November 12
94-Romford, 87-Hove, 82-Sittingbourne, 46-Crayford, 26-Wimbledon